India’s Largest Tractor Maker Sees Self-Driving Future in Farms

  • Mahindra says autonomous tractors can boost farm productivity
  • Fear of collisions virtually non-existent in farms: Mahindra

Indian employees stand near tractors at a new Mahindra Mahindra (MM) manufacturing plant at Zaheerabad in Medak District, around 126 kilometres from Hyderabad on March 6, 2013. Auto-maker Mahindra Mahindra reported 10.99 percent increase in its total sales to 47,824 units in February 2013. The company sold 43,087 units in the same month in 2012, MM said in a statement. AFP PHOTO / Noah SEELAMSEELAM (Photo credit should read NOAH SEELAM/AFP/Getty Images)

Photographer: Noah Seelam/AFP via Getty Images

India’s largest tractor maker says it wants to play a role in bringing self-driving vehicles to farms across the country.

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